The Nature at the North Sea invites to exercise.
The marvellous salt-breeze and the sweep of the country are inspiring at all seasons. Overlooking the Wadden Sea and the East Frisian Islands, everyone finds rest during his holiday or business trip. Wellness, sport or simply recreation, let us not argue about the name but getting started. Choose your own tempo to burn off energy and then enjoy the relaxation of the spa area even more.
Those who get to know East Frisia at the Hotel Fährhaus;
we can recommend many sports. Feel free to ask questions concerning routes and equipment for your activities: We not only know this region inside out but also keep on hand some equipment for hiring. Everything is prepared for those who are fancy exercising in our beautiful landscape. For those, who have brought their trainers with them? Of course, we also know jogging routes!
Far-reaching horizons of the East Frisian scenery, Wadden Sea - UNESCO-World Heritage – natural site, tides, beaches and the outback – in which way do you like to discover it?
In East Frisia, plenty of bike lanes exist; but also a combined experience of nature "paddle and pedal", combining cycling and canoeing, is available. All occasion and hobby cyclists are getting their money’s worth. The trails on the dyke are inviting to wander, walk, jog and stroll. Equally, departing is inviting and inspiring, so you are ranging over an area and the beach.
Apropos, the weather in East Frisia is another topic:
We annually have many sunshine hours. However, the bleak North Sea weather has also its specific charm. If you well wrapped up walk through the clear cold air in the winter seasons, it will clear your mind. However, best of all is returning to a warm house and a delicious hot chocolate or immediately moving on to the wellness area with saunas, swimming pool and fitness room. You will be surprised how relaxing such a “cure” for a stressed mind is. A therapy is nothing like it – have a try! No matter if, it is a simple wellness programme or more – the sea will not ask.